After Uxbridge’s loss, Starmer tells Khan to “think about” the Ulez rules.

Sir Keir Starmer, the head of the Labour Party, says that Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, should think about how the ULEZ expansion is affecting people.

During a phone-in interview on BBC Radio 5 Live, Sir Keir said he wanted to “see if there are things that can be done to make it easier for people” who are affected by the plan.

But he added that the mayor is “required” by law to “reduce air pollution.”

City Hall has been asked what they think.

From August 29, when the ULEZ will cover all of London, people who drive cars that don’t meet the rules will have to pay £12.50 a day to drive in the zone.

Sir Keir’s comments came after Labour lost a by-election in Uxbridge last week, which most people thought was because of the ULEZ.

Sir Keir told a caller named Lorraine from Hillingdon in west London that he had talked to the mayor and his team before and after the Uxbridge by-election and “there are a number of things we talked about.”

Sir Keir said that, unlike in other parts of the UK, the government was not going to help pay for the scrappage plan, which was recently expanded to help more Londoners get new cars.

“The government has put money into similar projects in Birmingham and Bristol, but not in London, and I think it should,” he said.

“It would help a lot if we had a real scrappage program that made it easy for people to get a new car. But the government won’t do it right now.

Sir Keir also said that the law said the mayor had to “do something” to make the air better.

He said, “We can’t act like this is a simple political choice that you can say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to without thinking about what the law says.”

“There is a rule that says the mayor of London has to do something to clean up the air when it gets above a certain level.

“The government is really in charge of the law. You can’t just do nothing if the law tells you to do something.

“It’s not up to the mayor to just say, “I’m not going to do it.”

A representative from the Department of Transport said, “It’s up to the mayor of London to explain why he wants to expand the ULEZ and make sure it’s not just a tax on the poorest drivers.”

“We’ve given £6 billion to Transport for London to keep public transportation running. The mayor of London makes decisions about how to spend money to best meet the city’s transportation needs.

“The mayor is also in charge of the air quality in London.”

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